Nyemiah Supreme

Nyemiah Supreme


Rapper. Dancer. Entertainer. Nyemiah Supreme began dancing at the age of 5 and her love for the stage has kept her performing ever since. After high school she started as a backup dancer on the Chris Brown tour and when it was over she realized being in front of the stage is what was next for her. Through some of her childhood friends she met rapper Juelz Santana and became his intern where for a year and a half she would be in the studio with some of hip-hop’s most notable artists. After her time with Juelz was up she ended up running into Jim Jones on Jamaica Ave one day while he was out there shopping. He asked her what she was up to and she told him she started he rapping. He invited her to come down to his studio and from there he immediately put her on the hook of his single “Everybody Jones” as well as the video for the cut. Shortly after Nyemiah released her first mixtape “BAD” in 2011 followed by another mixtape “PRE-GAMING” in 2012. In December of 2012 she had a chance meeting with super producer Timbaland late night while he was in NYC recording and the two clicked instantly. He put her right on the spot to write her verse and record it, he was impressed and asked her to do it again, which ended up being her song “Rock & Roll”. The two released a video for the song in October 2013 in support of her EP which he executively produced entitled, “There Can Be More Than 1″. – via